Adventist Peace Radio, Episode 32: Daniel Xisto, "Freedom Ride"

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In this episode Pastor Daniel Xisto preaches on Revelation 21, making connections with the US Civil Rights movement and Adventist history. The sermon featured in this episode can also be found on YouTube.

Daniel Xisto is the pastor of Church Operations & Community Engagement at the Tacoma Park Seventh-day Adventist Church in Maryland.

You likely remember Daniel from two previous episodes:

  • Episode 11, when I interviewed him about his congregations response to the racial violence in Charlottesville, VA, where he was a pastor in 2017.

  • Episode 29, when he preached on Isaiah 58.

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